Special Committee on Research and Innovation
Glenn Page, Associate Program Director, Project Delivery
Peer exchanges, as required under 23 CFR, Section 420.207(b) are a practical and effective tool to foster excellence in R&T program management. They provide an opportunity for participants to share best practices and management innovations through an open exchange of ideas, knowledge, and brainstorming. Both staff and management from the home State and a group of invited top-level State and Federal managers exchange information particularly relevant to the home State’s R&T program over 2 to 4 days. Many questions about peer exchanges can be found in the State Planning and Research Guide on Peer Exchanges (see Guidance Documents below).
View reports of past peer exchanges. Please forward peer exchange reports for posting to the R&I/RAC Web Manager. A copy will be posted on the R&I/RAC website, a copy is sent to TRIS, and a copy is sent to the National Transportation Library for cataloguing and indexing.
This page posts basic information on scheduled and planned state DOT research peer exchanges.
A list of possible topic categories was created to help with searchability of peer exchange reports. The list is not all-inclusive but includes some of the most common topic areas.
Once a year, a Peer Exchange Availability Survey is conducted. You can click on the following to view the current results of the Peer Exchange Availability Survey.